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last updated 18/02/2016
Small dogs, it’s time to relax! Stress can cause or contribute to digestive upsets, but the great news is that the right food can really help. Find out what NEW Hill’s™ Prescription Diet™ i/d™ Stress can do for your stressed dog today!
Monty the dog smiling
last updated 26/02/2015
With National Pet Dental Health month nearly over, we wanted to remind you why keeping your dog’s teeth clean and healthy is important. So we have got our top 4 dog dental care tips to help you on your way.
Cat and dog sniffing the ground
last updated 26/02/2015
Learn how to find out your pets body condition score using our simple step-by-step body condition score video guides.
Cat and dog sitting on baking weighing scales
last updated 17/02/2015
With many pet parents signing up for our 10 Week Challenge, there are a few who just aren’ t sure whether their pet fits the bill.To help answer that question, we have put together 10 tips that can help you decide, whether it’ s that time to start counting those kibble calories. Read our 10 tips to help you figure out if your furry friend is overweight.
last updated 16/02/2015
Introducing NEW c/d™ Urinary Stress Reduced Calorie, with all of the clinically proven benefits of the original c/d™ Urinary Stress formula but with fewer calories to help maintain healthy weight in cats. Learn how it works…
last updated 27/02/2014
If your cat is peeing in unexpected places, like your living room floor, then she may be trying to tell you that she has a problem with her urethra or bladder, also known as a urinary tract disorder. Such disorders are common but they are also extremely uncomfortable and potentially life-threatening if left untreated since they can be a sign of a more serious illness, so be sure to consult your vet as soon as possible.
last updated 05/02/2014
At Hill’s we know you only want what’s best for your pet. That’s why we put only the highest quality ingredients in all our pet foods to create a great tasting meal!
last updated 14/02/2013
The government has announced that as of April 2016, all dogs in the UK must be microchipped by law. Many owners don’t necessarily know how microchipping works though and this can lead to the system breaking down, so Hill’s has laid out the facts in one easy reference guide.
last updated 05/02/2013
“Working dogs” are canine heroes and the ones we see in daily life are police dogs and guide dogs. But another group we see less often are the very highly trained Search and Rescue (SAR) dogs.
last updated 05/02/2013
Do you share your sleeping space with your feline friend? A recent online poll showed that over 90% of cat owners allow their cats to sleep in their bedroom, while over 50% allow them in their bed.
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